Published: 2017-06-28   Views: 117
Author: jclerk09
Published in: Exercise
ARE YOU AN EXERCISE FREAK? DON’T BE SO

“Too much of anything is good for nothing” is a proverb that perfectly matches for workouts too. If you exercise in a moderate amount, it gives you positive effects. But excess workout will affect your hormones in a negative way.

Hormones are really important for a person as it controls sex drive, metabolism, sleep, fertility and mood. Feelings and hormones are interconnected. Bad feelings affect your hormones while happiness leaves it on cloud nine. The easy way to keep hormones balanced is by regular workouts. It affects women rather than men and causing

  • Infertility
  • PCOS
  • Missed periods
  • Hair loss
  • PMS
  • Painful Periods
  • Mood swings
  • Acne or pimple
  • Obesity
  • Lack of sleep

If you are experiencing most of the above mentioned problems, you have to reduce the amount of workout you do.

ADRENALINE:

A stress hormone that gives a person instant energy to win a race, to make a quick decision on the food menu, strength to fight with siblings.

CORTISOL:

It helps in converting the glycogen to glucose and giving good mental ability to a person. It is also responsible for remembering things. Make sure you have a balanced cortisol to avoid misunderstanding on your wedding anniversary as it works well for women.

WHAT WILL HAPPEN?

When the two stress hormones are imbalanced, several things get imbalanced in your body system.

  1. When cortisol is affected, your blood sugar level may get affected as it deals with glucose.
  2. Both the hormones focus on mental ability and it causes mood swings, inability to focus, agitation when it is affected.
  3. The inflammation in skin that leads to fatigue, pain and tissue damage when the hormones are over stressed for a prolonged period of time.
  4. It affects your sex life and results in infertility, weight gain, irregular periods.

HOW TO GET OUT OF IT:

Once you start to feel the symptoms of hormonal imbalance, follow these steps:

  • Reduce the level of exercise but don’t stop it all of a sudden. When you stop working out suddenly, it may result in some other problem.
  • Try to stay healthy by any other ways like yoga, meditation, diet. Make sure you are not overdoing any of them.
  • Visit a fitness expert to know how you can get over from stressed hormone and the amount of exercise you can do as per your capacity.
  • Eat foods that keeps your hormones stable.

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Author Bio

I am Jennifer Clerk residing in New York City, USA. I like to write blogs and articles and also I have written some of them on various websites/Directories. I'm very adventurous kind of person, I like to go on a trek with my friends. According to me, Health comes first for any normal Human Being and because of this reason I like to write on Health related topics only.

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